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The largest community in The County, Picton, and the surrounding area is known for its Loyalist heritage, architecturally-significant buildings, quirky town hill and Main Street shops. Step back in time with a trip to Macaulay Heritage Park, catch a film or a live performance at the Regent Theatre or get festive at a culinary celebration at the historic Crystal Palace, where the first local fair was held in 1836. Sail in through Picton Bay to the harbour and marina, where you can dock and walk right into town, or fly in to the Picton Airport at Camp Picton, a former British Commonwealth Air Training base built in 1940. Work up an appetite visiting lookouts, conservation areas and museums, then stroll downtown to the many pubs and restaurants serving up locally-sourced food, drink and live music.